Teams are forming now at the following age groups:
U13B & U13G
U15B & U15G
Professionally-trained teams will practice 2-3 times per week and will compete in 2-3 tournaments, in June and July, after the current travel seasons conclude. The program is designed to supplement your current Travel Team program by providing intense training and competition during the idle summer months and, for the older age brackets, help the player stay fit & in game-shape prior to high school tryouts.
Cost will be determined based upon the tournaments selected, but should be between $400-$500 per player, and includes the uniform, and all training and tournament fees.
Thank you again to all who participated and made this event a tremendous success! The 2nd Annual NLSA Futsal-4-All tournament raised over $1500 to benefit Christine's Hope for Kids and The Imagine Corporation of Quindio's after school soccer program, plus we collected many bags of uniforms and soccer equipment.
Aside from the two charities, the winners from this year's event were: 6th-8th Grade Group: co-champions, Celtic & Strikers 9th & 10th Grade Girls Group: Havoc 9th & 10th Grade Boys Group: co-champions, Raiders & Arsenal Gunners 11th & 12th Grade Group: Pennington Boys College Group: D3
NLSA Force alum and Connecticut College senior forward Billy Hawkey has been selected as the 2013 NESCAC Player of the Year by the league’s coaches. Hawkey led the league with 23 points, tied for a conference-best nine goals and tied for third among all NESCAC players with five assists. His offensive numbers paced the Camels in every category and marked a career high for Hawkey. The two-time First All-NESCAC selection is the first player in program history to garner NESCAC Player of the Year honors.
Hawkey's Connecticut College teammate Pat Devlin, former NLSA Shamrocks player, earned First Team All-NESCAC honors as a freshman. Devlin registered a goal and an assist in 15 appearances this season for the Camels.
NLSA Shamrocks and University of Scranton Freshman midfielder Michael Bergen was named the Landmark Conference's Rookie of the Year. Bergen gave the Royals a lift at outside midfield with two goals and four assists. He played his best soccer down the stretch, tallying two goals and three assists in the final four conference matches of the season, including goals in a 2-2 draw at Drew and a 4-1 win over Merchant Marine Academy.